Not That We're Bitter


Not That We're Bitter is a pop cabaret that explores the highs, lows, and further lows of New York dating and life. With a sound reminiscent of the seventies' catchiest hits--think Pointer Sisters and Billy Joel--songwriters Sophie Jaff and Gaby Alter examined interfaith relationships ("My Nazi Boyfriend"), where guys go after that great first date ("The Island of Lost Men") and why shopping for your groceries should seem just like a montage in a movie ("I Want a Song") 

Not That We're Bitter was directed and choreographed by Jessica Redish (Founding Artistic Director of Chicago's The Music Theatre Company) and starred MAC award winner Cait Doyle (star of the one-woman show Hot Mess in Manhattan), Jason "Sweet tooth" Williams (Joe Iconis' Bloodsong at Ars Nova), Molly Hager (Fat Camp at NYMF) and Liz Kimball. It also featured music by Dr. Kathleen Tagg.

Watch a performance from the show, "The Island of Lost Men" :